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|Day's Range||18.89 - 19.10|
|52 Week Range||13.58 - 20.34|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||8.18|
|Dividend & Yield||0.68 (3.59%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Bain Capital is seeking more financial support from Apple Inc. as it tries to seal its acquisition of Toshiba Corp.’s memory chips business, according to a person familiar with the matter.
Toys 'R' Us Inc (IPO-TOYS.N) got court permission on Tuesday to borrow more than $2 billion to start paying suppliers so it can stock up on items like Lego building blocks and Barbie dolls for the holiday season, a day after it filed for bankruptcy. The Chapter 11 filing by the biggest U.S. toy store chain, to restructure $5 billion of long-term debt, is among the largest ever by a specialty retailer and casts doubt over the future of the company's 64,000 employees and nearly 1,600 stores, which remain open. News reports this month that the company hired a law firm that specializes in corporate restructuring and was seeking a bankruptcy loan set off "a dangerous game of dominoes," David Brandon, the company's chief executive and chairman, said in a court filing.
Boston-based private equity firm Bain Capital is one of the three owners of Toys “R” Us poised to take a hit on their 12-year-old investment now that the toy chain has declared bankruptcy. Bain, fellow private equity giant KKR & Co. LLP (KKR) and real estate investment firm Vornado Realty Trust (VNO) took Toys “R” Us private in 2005 in a $6.6 billion deal. The investment has appeared a loser for Bain, KKR and Vornado for some time.